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Numeric is a small team of friendly people who are on a mission to help young South Africans excel in mathematics. More specifically, Numeric’s goal is to create exciting and high impact learning environments in low-income areas with a view to helping learners in Grade 7 to establish strong foundations in mathematics.

Job Title: Programme Manager

Job Location: Cape Town.

Start Date: 8 April 2019 (negotiable)

Duration: 12 months (subject to renewal)

Responsibilities:

  • Manage relationships with partner schools (principals, maths H.O. D’s, teachers)
  • Handle logistics involved with the programmes (finance, transport, connectivity)
  • Contribute to the development of the programme (curriculum, games, activities, worksheets)
  • Support and mentor coaches
  • Arrange parents’ evenings, prize-giving’s etc. to encourage parent buy-in and commitment
  • Train coaches and teachers on the use of Khan Academy and Numeric learning tools
  • Additional administrative tasks required to develop the organisation
  • Plan and prepare for the Coach Bootcamp (December) and Learner Math Camp (July)

Requirements:   

  • Bachelors’ Degree or equivalent
  • Higher grade mathematics
  • Teaching or tutoring experience
  • Involvement or leadership in outreach or extra-curricular projects
  • Communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability and willingness to multi-task and maintain a high quality of work
  • Interest and ability to handle new and changing technologies
  • Interest in mentoring and developing future teachers
  • Own transport and valid drivers’ license
  • Be dedicated to our cause, passionate about mathematics, and have strong organisational and people skills

To apply

Submit a CV and letter of motivation (maximum two pages) to vacancies@numeric.org quoting “CPT Program Manager” in the subject line

Application Deadline: Tuesday, 26th March, 2019

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